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Villa Tiara – Sumartin, Brač, Croatia

The detail

  • Sleeps 8
  • Seafront location in Sumartin with mooring
  • 4 en suite bedrooms
  • Infinity pool
  • Cinema room, gym, steam room & home office
  • Concierge and daily cleaning service
  • Price from €800 per night


We love these villas for being beautifully styled, with direct access to the sea and a short walk from a great traditional fishing village

The Villa

In a sheltered bay, right on the water and within walking distance of Sumartin Old Town, Tiara is a fabulously welcoming family villa. Facing south looking out across the dramatic Dalmatian coastline, it has wide balconies and terraces and an infinity pool nearly up to the edge of the shore – it’s build for life outside. And if you want a boat during your stay, the villa has its own floating pontoon – the waters here are wonderfully clear and are just waiting to be explored. Inside is light and airy with the floor to ceiling windows and doors making the most of the views. The double height atrium window is one of our favourite features. Tiara is very comfortable furnished and well-equipped, built over three floors. The kitchen has everything you need, and there’s even a wine cellar we can stock for you. Sumartin itself is charming and unspoilt, and you’ll find a good choice of restaurants and tavernas.

The Location – Brač

A short boat ride from Split, sits the resplendent island of Brač, with its stark white buildings topped with burnt red roofs, a rugged sand and shingle pine fringed coastline lapped by emerald water and the highest mountains of all its Adriatic neighbours. Less visited than the surrounding islands, it has a sleepy and seductive charm rarely found these days and seemingly unchanged since the Venetians planted scores of olive groves centuries ago. Sailing, windsurfing and kitesurfing take advantage of the breeze on one side, while the other is more about enjoying beach life – Zlatni Rat being the postcard perfect white spit pointing into turquoise water. Tiny villages, monasteries and fortresses dot the island, and the interior is a myriad of hiking and biking trails. The climb to the highest point of Vidova Gora will reward you with some quite spectacular views across to the mainland and sister islands. From the harbour town of Bol you can catch a ferry across to the next door island of Hvar, or just explore the old cobbled streets and tavernas.

Pricing & Availability

For all hotel pricing and availability please speak to Philippa, Gemma, or Jo on the phone (01306 264 005), or via email (, or


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